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Rugby legend lends his support to Nelson Trust 


Former England and Gloucester rugby legend  Mike Tindall will play in a golf Pro-AM at Minchinhampton New Course,  raising vital funds for The Nelson Trust. 

Tindall will play in the competition on September 2 in an event jointly supported by Cotswold Cheltenham BMW and Enterprise. 

The Nelson Trust, based in Brimscombe, has a national and international reputation as a centre of excellence in the treatment of addiction and provides services for more than 1200 clients each year from all over Britain. 

Paul Neale, Head of Business at Cotswold Cheltenham BMW said “We are delighted to again support these two super events. Getting involved with our local community is a key driver for our business. We hope that someone, as happened in 2019, wins a new BMW by getting a hole-in-one at the golf day.” 

Enterprise’s General Manager in the Southwest Brian Swallow said “Our team have enjoyed volunteering at The Nelson Trust’s events over the last year. We are therefore very happy to extend our partnership with this great cause by becoming a sponsor of these events.”  

John Trolan, Chief Executive Officer at Stroud-based The Nelson Trust commented: “Events like these really help us to offer more support to the clients that we serve at what for many of them remains a challenging time. The backing of leading local companies such as Cotswold Cheltenham BMW and Enterprise gives us the confidence to go ahead with them. Last year they together raised a massive £80,000 which we are aiming to exceed”. 

To find out more or enter a team visit www.nelsontrust.com or call 01453 885633. 

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